Now they always trying to attack us.
Uh? It's the US that's always attacking muslim countries!
Yeah, it's kind of hard to argue this point when, for example, the USA invaded Iraq twice and Iraq has attacked the USA... well, never. Not to say that Saddam wasn't a nasty piece of work, and that the radical Muslim countries aren't regressive hellholes, but the USA has a long, storied, sordid history of punching the hornet's nest.
If it weren't for American cold-war realpolitik, there might not have ever been a Taliban, an Iranian theocracy, and a Saddam Hussein. All three of those were direct results of American actions (although in the case of the Taliban, they were supported to counter even-nastier Soviet actions).
Which isn't to say the issue is black and white - fundamentalist, violent, oppressive forms of Islam are a cancer upon the world. But in far too many cases, their rise to power was brought as a side effect of Cold War chess games. When people live in a world of constant strife, populist fascists rise to power - Hitler did it in Germany, Pol Pot did it in Cambodia, and a million little mullahs do it in the Middle East. The poor, ground-down populace will follow whoever can bring order out of chaos and who can give them a target for their revenge.